2 edition of Yorubas of Nigeria found in the catalog.
Yorubas of Nigeria
by Open U.P.
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by J. Ferguson.|
|Series||A100 Humanities: a foundation course -- unit 2|
|Contributions||Open University. Arts Foundation Course Team.|
Notably, the first African Anglican bishop in Nigeria Samuel Ajayi Crowther is credited to have made the first translation of the Bible to Yoruba. In the s, Crowther had begun to work in languages other than Yoruba, but he continued to supervise the translation of the Yoruba Bible (Bibeli Mimọ), which was completed in the mids, a few. It was the first African bishop Samuel A. Crowther who published the Yoruba grammar book for the first time. If you compare the Yoruba language to the other Nigerian languages, you can find the most similarities to it in Itsekiri language (which is used in Niger Delta) and in the Igala language which is spoken mostly in central part of Nigeria.
Yorubas are one of the most popular ethnic groups in Nigeria. According to statistics, they make up as much as 35% of the total population of Nigeria. They cover as many as six Nigerian states, namely; Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo, Ekiti, and Lagos. They also cover large portions of Kwara state, and even Edo state, and the entire Benin Kingdom. The Yoruba people existed as far back as the 7 th century but they were not initially known as the Yoruba until the 8 th century when a powerful Yoruba kingdom existed in Ile Ife and it was said to be one of the earliest kingdoms in Africa.. Based on oral history, the Oyo Empire derives the Yoruba ethnic group from the population of the older kingdom of Ile-Ife and this group grew over the.
The Yoruba are one of Nigeria's and Africa's largest cultural and language groups. Listen and join in the converstaion with Dr. Akinwumi Ogundiran. Dr. Ogundiran is an archaeologist and historian. We will discuss his forthcoming book, The Yoruba: A New History, set to be released November by Indiana University Press. Dr. Akin Ogundiran is Chancellor's Professor, and . D.O. Fagunwa, Yoruba chief whose series of fantastic novels made him one of Nigeria’s most popular writers. He was also a teacher. Fagunwa’s first novel, Ogboju Ode Ninu Igbo Irunmale (; The Forest of a Thousand Daemons), was the first full-length novel published in the Yoruba language. His.
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The Yoruba of Southwestern Nigeria by William Bascom (Author) out of 5 stars 8 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or Yorubas of Nigeria book of a book.
The digit and digit formats both by: The book has a vivid picture of a generation of Yoruba Nationhood within Nigerian Nationality, prior to the British invasion and colonalization of Nigeria, Yoruba had been a Nation with an institutionalized government and there is no better place to understand and assess this form of government except in this book, the book is a bag of history.
Book Description Samuel Johnson () was an Anglican minister and historian renowned for his magisterial history of the Yoruba people. This volume, first published in by his brother, Dr Obadiah Johnson, contains Johnson's pioneering history of the Yoruba people which remains the standard reference for Yoruba history/5(14).
He is author of many works, including Warfare and Diplomacy in Pre-colonial West Africa and The Lagos Consulate, and is co-author with Professor J.F.A. Ajayi of Yoruba Warfare in the Nineteenth by: Yoruba beadwork: Art of Nigeria Download As PDF: Yoruba beadwork: Art of Nigeria.
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He describes the sixteen Orisha, or spirit gods, and shows us how to work with divination, use the energy centers of the body to internalize the teachings of Yoruba, and create a sacred place of worship.
The book also includes prayers, dances, songs, offerings, and sacrifices to honor the s: First published inand cited on the Africa's Best Books List, this is a standard work on the Yorubas of Nigeria book of theYorubas from the earliest times to the beginning of the British Protectorate.
The first part of the book discusses the people, theircountry and language, religion, government, land law, manners and customs/5(9).
Books shelved as yoruba: Olodumare: God in Yoruba Belief by E. Bolaji Idowu, The History of the Yorubas by Samuel Johnson, Tales of Yoruba Gods & Heroes.
The Yoruba people are an ethnic group of over 40 million people in total, inhabiting the southwestern and north-central region of Nigeria, as well as southern and central back to as far as the transatlantic slave trade, which existed between the 15th to the 19th century, the Yoruba people were said to have migrated to other countries as well, including Cuba, Dominican Republic.
The Yoruba are one of the leading peoples of West Africa. They number over 4 million in the Western Region of Nigeria; the remainder inhabit a small part of Northern Nigeria and over flow into French Dahomey and Togo, where they are known as 'Nagot' or 'Anago\ The Itsekiri of Western Nigeria are an.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ferguson, John, Yorubas of Nigeria. Bletchley, Open University Press, (OCoLC) This third edition of what has been described as “this minor classic” has been extensively revised to take account of advances in Nigerian historiography.
The twenty million Yorubas are one of the Reviews: 1. The Yoruba share a common cultural trait which makes them form a distinct cultural group in Nigeria The Yoruba origin has two version, one tradition of origin is a mythical creation which intimates that the Yoruba were the original inhabitants of the Ife area.
At the dawn of time, the whole world was a. Nigerian Tribes Facts: Igbos, Yorubas & Hausas Cultural & Historical Facts. Nigeria, the most populous black nation in the world, is a culturally diversed country, with multitude of ethnic groups living together as one. Interestingly, these tribes are not only divided along tribal lines, but also along religion lines.
In this article, we are going to be bringing you comprehensive Nigerian. According to the Yoruba of Western Nigeria, most illness is caused by the activity of germs or tiny worms in the body which can be either controlled or expelled by the judicious use of herbal medicine.
This book is an unusual account and analysis of a series of conversations with Yoruba herbalists about the nature of their craft/5(3).
The Yoruba people (Yoruba: Ìran Yorùbá) are an ethnic group that inhabits western Africa, mainly Nigeria, Benin, Togo and part of Yoruba constitute around million people worldwide.
The vast majority of this population is from Nigeria, where the Yoruba make up 21% of the country's population making them one of the largest ethnic groups in : million. Yorubas - Sons of Ephraim As stated in my books regarding the Igbos, the father of the Yoruba people, Oduduwa traveled with Gad’s sons, Eri, Areli and Arodi from North Africa, likely Egypt and settled in what today is known as Nigeria.
Title: anthropos Created Date: 9/28/ AM. the Yoruba and the Yoruba named them the “Oyinbo,” which means “man of the peeled skin.” 13 They believed that all people were once black, but some had found a way of peeling the black off of their skin. These early Oyinbo missionaries, living on Nigeria’s coast, translated.
Yoruba, one of the three largest ethnic groups of Nigeria, concentrated in the southwestern part of that country. Much smaller, scattered groups live in Benin and northern Togo. The Yoruba numbered more than 20 million at the turn of the 21st century.
They speak a language of the Benue-Congo branch. Yoruba people live mostly in South-West Nigeria. They have developed a variety of different artistic forms including pottery, weaving, beadwork, metalwork, and mask making. Most of the artworks were made to honour the gods and ancestors and since there are more than known gods to the Yoruba there is much sculpture and artwork made.
Facts About Yoruba Tribe In Nigeria: Yoruba Tribe History, Culture, Religion & Traditions. This article brings you some interesting facts about the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria, and we’ll be looking into their history, culture and religion. The Yoruba tribe is one of the three largest and most powerful ethnic groups in Nigeria; making up a considerable portion of the country’s population.
Now for the first time is a 'Full Colour' book which Uncovers, the ancient History and Origins of the Yoruba tribe of South-Western Nigeria. 'The Yoruba' traces the origins behind the ancient.